Trinity Hall is expected to present permanent plans for its all-girls high school before Middletown's Planning Board on Wednesday night.
The Catholic school, proposed for 320 Chapel Hill Rd., requires preliminary and final major site plan approval from board members, according to the public notice announcing the 6:30 p.m. hearing at town hall.
Officials have made no announcement regarding whether the meeting will be rescheduled due to recent snowfall.
The school has been operating in a temporary location on Leonardville Road in Leonardo, and is poised to service as a female counterpart to the all-boys Christian Brothers Academy in Lincroft.
Trinity Hall wants to split the land, allotting 37.75 acres for the development of the school. No current development is planned on the remaining 26.30 acres, according to the public notice.
“I feel incredibly proud of all the hard work that has gone into making this dream a reality and grateful to those who have taken this historical step with us,” said co-founder Mairead Clifford in a September statement when the school opened.
Some neighbors are concerned about the proposed development’s potential impact on the area.
“This will ruin our neighborhood,” writes Jennifer Scott, who said in an email to Patch she recently moved to the area. The proposed school would be in “our backyard, essentially.”
On the tax map, the school is planned for Block 832, Lot 93 in the R-90 Zone. No use variances are being sought, and a board decision on the application is due by March 25.
In addition to the school structure, fields for soccer and field hockey are proposed, as well as a running track, gymnasium, indoor pool, chapel and performing arts building, according to the notice.